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Animals

Animals

Birds

Eagles

Eagles

The best bird of prey’s free flight exhibition. Few creatures convey the idea of power, speed, and strength as these majestic hunting birds, especially when they do what they know best: flying.

Falcons

Falcons

These amazing falcons combine the powerful flapping of their wings with the most aerodynamic design and the push of gravity forces to fly like shooting stars in one of the oldest training exercises in falconry history: lure-flying.

Other Birds

Other Birds

If you thought that was all we had at the Park, think again! Here we aren’t short of beautiful and colourful birds from all over the world: marabous, cranes, ibises, flamingos, swans, storks, large and small parrots, macaws and an abundance of exotic birds that bring a further artistic touch to our small paradise with their skills, elegance, and the palette of flashing colours as they open their wings.

Primates

Orang-utans

Orang-utans

These likeable apes, an endangered species, live in a magnificent enclosure purpose-built to make them feel as comfortable as they would in their original habitats, the jungles of Borneo and Sumatra

Gibbons

Gibbons

With their huge arms, and the tireless agility they display when hopping and climbing up the trees of their home island that lies at the bottom of a waterfall, these apes will delight adults and children alike.

Lemurs

Lemurs

These small primates have come directly from Madagascar to dazzle us with their intensely fiery gaze.

Capuchin monkey

Capuchin monkey

Marco’s inseparable friend, and pets in many homes, their hoods evoke the image of a monk, therefore their name. They live in the American mainland in family groups of up to 14 individuals.

Titi monkey

Titi monkey

The movements of these playful, naughty, frolicking, and hyperactive monkeys remind us of the Brazilian samba. In fact, they come from Brazil.

Other monkey

Other monkey

You will also see unique primates such as the SAIMIRI, which looks more like a squirrel than a monkey.
The SIAMANG from Asia, punctual like roosters; and the DEBRAZZA’S or WHITE-BEARDED MONKEY (CERCOPITHECUS NEGLECTUS), also known as Bishop Monkey in Spanish due to its white beard which gives it a very solemn look.

Big Cats

Lions

Lions

Two white lions from South Africa stand out from all the cats living in our Park. These species is currently endangered, and only a few individuals remain worldwide.

Leopards

Leopards

You can enjoy the sight of these great hunters, so agile that they can even climb up tree branches. For many they are the most beautiful creatures on earth. Tender-looking, they are also lonesome and ferocious.

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Jaguars

Jaguars

These ferocious cousins of the leopard are one of the world’s greatest predators.
They are the Park’s black pearls with pitch-black skin, a genetic trait that is common to many leopards, especially in Asia.

Penguins

One of the most emblematic and enjoyable birds, the Humboldt penguin. The most awaited time for the family and especially for children, the “Feeding Time” of the penguins. Where you can enjoy watching how they eat and how our little friends are looked after.

Feeding Time: 12.45 horas

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Other Animals

Meerkats

Meerkats

These are lively yet shy, and photogenic mongooses that can hardly keep still… but they will stand still in front of your camera long enough for you can take a cool snap of them.

Reptiles

Reptiles

If you have a passion for these cold-blooded creatures, you’ll only need to visit the enclosures that house snakes, iguanas, and turtles, to see how they gradually recharge their batteries as the sunrays gain in intensity.

Raccons

Raccons

Slightly larger than cats, but looking rather like teddy bears, these likeable and sociable American mammals normally wash their food in river waters, from which they try not to stray too far.

Cocodriles and Caimans

Cocodriles and Caimans

Surprisingly they can’t use their enormous jaws to chew. Instead they use a tearing action on their victims. Once closed, it is very difficult to open the jaws again.Crocodiles and caimans are the largest and most ferocious of these reptiles.

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